Each university conducting classes at the UH System at Cinco Ranch
provides various online services for its students. These services
include registration, access to grades, fee statements, orientation,
financial aid, career services, and more.
Find your home university below and click on the link to its
student services web page.
University of Houston
You are eligible for admission to one of the four UH System universities
if you have completed most of the lower-level (freshman/sophomore)
courses in your chosen degree or have earned a bachelor's degree from
a regionally accredited institution.
begins with choosing the degree you want to pursue. Academic advisors
can help plan the best route to selecting and completing your degree.
After selecting a degree program, contact an academic advisor
(by phone or e-mail) from the university offering the degree. This
university will become your “home
university” and will assist in your application process. Undergraduate
students mayalso obtain an application at https://www.applytexas.org.
Along with an application, send official sealed transcripts from
all colleges you have attended to your home university. Graduate
students must also submit scores from the appropriate graduate exams.
Course registration is quick and easy when you use your home university's
online or telephone registration systems. As these systems are available
only during scheduled times, check your home university's calendar
for your registration window.
University of Houston
When registering online or by phone, you may pay tuition and
fee bills with a credit card. Payments by check must be mailed to
the home university or delivered in person by the established due
dates. Cash payments should be made in person. See your home university's
Web site for more information on payment methods and due dates.
University of Houston (http://www.uh.edu/financial/payment/Fee-Waivers/index.php)
UH-Clear Lake ( http://prtl.uhcl.edu/portal/page/portal/FAO/cost-of-attendance-2012-2013)
Academic advising is available by appointment
at the UH System at Cinco Ranch by calling 832-842-2800. When making
an appointment, please be prepared to indicate the degree program
you wish to pursue. When conferring with an advisor, opened, unofficial
copies of transcripts may be used. Only unopened, official transcripts
in sealed envelopes, however, are acceptable when applying for admission.
If you are undecided about the degree to pursue, e-mail your concerns
to a general advisor at email@example.com.
Throughout your program, specific degree plan advisors, faculty
members, and staff will assist you in selecting courses, securing
financial aid, and achieving your goals.
Financial Aid and
After you're admitted, financial aid and scholarships are available
through your home university.
University of Houston
Each degree program has specific entrance requirements. Please
consult the catalog of your home university program. Since UH System
at Cinco Ranch is a junior-, senior-, and graduate-level institution,
most students satisfy the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA),
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), or American College Test (ACT) requirements
at a local community college or other institution of higher education.
All Texas teacher certification candidates must take and pass
all sections of the THEA.
In general, all students seeking a master’s degree must submit
test scores taken within the last five years. MBA students must
take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Counseling majors
may take either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Record
Examination (GRE). Most other master's require the GRE. International
students must submit satisfactory scores on the Test of English
as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
All students on campus are required to carry university ID cards
and present them upon request by university personnel. Picture IDs
can be made in the front office between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. You must present
proof of enrollment, such as a current schedule of courses or a paid
fee receipt to receive an ID.
Although the UH System at Cinco Ranch is in a suburban residential
neighborhood, students are encouraged to use common sense with
regard to safety and security. Uniformed security officers are on
duty throughout hours of operation and are generally responsible
for clearing the building and securing the doors every evening.
If a student is injured on UHS-CR grounds he or she is responsible for
requesting and filling out an incident report, available at either
the administrative offices or the security guard station. In case
of emergency, dial 911.
The University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, and UH-Victoria make career services available to all students. Services include online resources for resume writing, interviewing, and job searches.
UH Career Services
UHCL Career Services
UHV Career Services
When severe weather or other emergency situations affect our communities,
the UH System president(s) or chancellor may decide to close one
or more of the UH System institutions to ensure the safety of employees
and students. UH System officials will alert employees and students
to closings by using the following process: Houston-area news media
will be alerted to closing updates and will communicate throughout
the situation. Local network television stations, such as Channels 2, 8, 11, 13, and 26 will be notified. The following area radio
stations also will be notified: KUHF (88.7 FM); KTRH (740 AM); KTRK
FM (97-TALK); KPRC (950 AM); KHMX (96.5 FM); KQQK (106.5 FM, Tejano);
KLOL (101.1 FM); KILT (100.3 FM); KIKK (95.7 FM); KRBE (104.5 FM);
and KTBZ (107.5 FM). The appropriate local radio and television
stations for areas outside of Houston, such as Victoria, also
will be informed of closings. Visitors, students, and faculty
also may call UH OnCALL at 713.743.2255 to confirm closings.
Accommodations on the basis of disability are available at the
center. All requests must be processed through the student’s
UH: Center for Students with DisABILITIES (http://www.uh.edu/csd
UHCL: Coordinator of Disability Services (http://prtl.uhcl.edu/portal/page/portal/UAO
UHV: Office of Student Activities & Services http://www.uhv.edu/DisabilityServices
Soft drinks, water, snacks, and coffee may be purchased in the
student vending area next to the West Foyer. With faculty permission,
students are allowed to bring drinks and food into general classrooms.
Food and drinks are strictly prohibited in computer labs, the library,
instructional video classrooms and science labs. Be considerate
and dispose of trash in the receptacles.
The buildings and grounds of the UH System at Cinco Ranch have been
designed with adults in mind. No unattended children are allowed
on campus. Children brought to campus must be supervised at all
times by an adult. Faculty permission must be obtained prior to
bringing a child 17 or under to class.
Lighted parking is available at the UH System at Cinco Ranch.
There is no charge for parking. We ask that you park in the area
(West) designated for students.
The UH System at Cinco Ranch is a nonsmoking facility. Smoking is
allowed on the patio areas at least 3 feet away from the entrances. Special receptacles
have been provided for disposing of tobacco products prior to entering the building. Please do not litter the campus.
Study areas are available to UH System at Cinco Ranch students
in the Reading Room and the West Foyer.
Location: Room 126
Hours of Operation: (The
Computer Lab is open during building hours.)
Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. – 10 p.m.
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Users must have a computer account from their home university. For more information on your computer account, go to the Student Computer Accounts page.
Commencement ceremonies take place with the student's home
university. Each of the system universities: UH, UHCL, and UHV, schedules its own commencement ceremony. Please consult your campus advisor for more information.
Students at UH System at Cinco Ranch use the handbook and catalog
of the institution awarding the degree: University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, or UH-Victoria. After choosing your degree program, you may access the handbook and catalog of your home institution by using the links below:
University of Houston